PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS — THEORY AND IMPLEMENTATION
|Author(s)||L. A. Bryan, E. A. Bryan|
|Publisher||Industrial Text Company|
|D O W N L O A D|
The capabilities of the PLCs have significantly grown from the time when the first edition of this book was released. Same applies to the applications of the programmable logic controllers. Nowadays, it would be next to impossible to find the industry where the PLC would not be utilized in one form or another. This edition of the publication provides a good practical and theoretical look at nearly all important aspects of programmable controllers, their devices and associated systems.
There are some new chapters included in this edition, e.g. ones touching the input/output bus networks, process control, fuzzy logic etc. this release presents the thoroughly revised and updated information on the existing topics and such info is supplemented with graphics and hands-on examples for better understanding and illustration. The new layout has been implemented by the authors.
In addition, there is a Glossary at the end of the book explaining the terminology and abbreviations used throughout this publication and in the electrical engineering, in general. We definitely hope that the readers will find this book very useful for learning and will use it as a reference tool, taking into account the number of covered topics and way the material has been presented.
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